Malpua Recipe prepare for your close hearts


Step by step guide for preparation of Malpura

North Indian foods  

Sweet Malpua   

Festival Recipe Of Malpua  

Desserts are one of the popular dishes to lit your day. A dessert after the main course makes the anyone day special. Generally, dessert is serving during festivals, religious ceremonies, celebrations, and on special occasions. When speaking about desserts here, we’re sharing one of the famous North Indian dessert recipes for you. Yes, it’s Malpua. Malpua is often prepared in North India for any festival and occasion. Along with Hariyali Teej and Rakhi, Malpua is an ideal mithai to prepare for your close hearts. Here the detailed steps are shared on how to make the tastiest malpua easily. Follow the steps and try to make delicious malpua at your home.

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Don't waste your time searching for photos and videos of the Malpua recipe. We are here to present you with the effortless steps for making Malpua easily at home. As you know, Malpua is a combo of sweet and syrup-filled pancake and this will never let pancake lovers go away without tasting. You can prepare this sweet delicacy, Malpua recipe in an hour. No need for any special ingredients as your kitchen already holds the necessities. This special reason allows you to prepare Malpuas at home for your family and neighbors’. Since it is the perfect mithai for Diwali and Holi-like festivals, Malpua preparation varies according to the region. For Instance, South Indians add lots of coconut to the Malpua batter whereas North Indians prepare using a lot of khoya or mawa. And also, some tend to prepare it using milk powder. 

Hope this information may excite you! Malpua is known as Amalu in Oriya, is a portion of Chappan Bhog that is offered while worshipping Lord Jagannath during the festival of Jagannath Rath Yatra in Puri, Odisha. Though it is one of the popular religious festivals celebrated in South India, it includes much pomp and shows. The older preparation of Malpua just includes deep frying in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup. 

The healthier version of the Malpua

The healthier version of the Malpua dessert recipe allows the shallow frying of malpuas. Generally, Malpuas is known well for the crispiness outside and being soft inside and that makes it melt down the tongue in a minute. You can enjoy however you can with the malpua recipe. Pairing up with rabri gives you the ultimate taste ever. This is because Rabri accentuates the flavor, texture, and ingredients of this malpua. Before you start to prepare Malpua at home, make sure you have the following ingredients like all-purpose flour, khoya, fennel seeds, semolina, milk, saffron, green cardamom powder, sugar, and finally baking soda. As the festivals are rushing down the time, this is one of the easiest and delicious recipes you can prepare this mouth-watering recipe at your home.

Ingredients required for Malpua recipe:

Note: The amount of each ingredient varies to the number of persons you wish to serve.

Here I am listing the ingredients for serving 2 persons:

Khoya – 2 tablespoons

Green cardamom powder – 1 teaspoon

Chopped pistachios – 2 tablespoon

All-purpose flour – 1 cup

Saffron – As required

Semolina – 1 tablespoon

Sugar syrup with 1 string consistency – One and a half cup

Readymade rabri – 10gms

Refined oil – One and a half cup

Water – As required

Steps to make Malpua:

Step 1: Malpua batter preparation steps:

Let’s see the malpua batter preparation in simple steps. Though we know malpua is soaked in sugar syrup for some time, there are few initial methods involved for this delicious recipe. In a bowl, add khoya, all-purpose flour, and semolina (sooji/rava) and mix it well. After mixing, add the powdered green cardamom powder and mix it well again. 

Malpua batter preparation steps

Then add water in a little and get the batter mixed up. Pour the water into the mix and get it to a pourable consistency. Ensure that batter is not so thick; it needs to be in pourable flow. Now, you can keep the batter aside for few minutes and start to prepare saffron water. So, take a small bowl again and soak saffron in water for some time to form saffron water.

Step 2: Malpua Frying and garnishing to serve now

Take a pan and add oil and allow it to heat under a low flame. After the oil gets heated, now take a ladleful of batter, pour it in a pan, and spread it evenly. Make sure that the flame is low and cook malpua. Be patient until the malpua turns golden color on both sides. 

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Now, take malpua out and then drain excess oil from it. After draining oil from it, soak the cooked malpua in sugar syrup and allow it to rest for 10-15 minutes. Follow the same procedure for the remaining malpua batter. Finally, drain the malpua from the sugar syrup and garnish it with chopped pistachios, saffron water, and rabri. That’s it, delicious malpua is ready and now you can start serving it.

Some tips for delicious malpua:

·         Allow the malpua batter to rest for six to eight hours before you start to fry.

·         Older preparation of malpua involves mixing of maida to it. Fore a healthier malpua recipe, you can use wheat/atta flour by mixing them in the ratio of 1:1.

·         For lip-smacking malpuas, make the sugar syrup to 1 string consistency. Do not thicken it.

·         The addition of green cardamom powder and saffron in your malpua recipe adds more delightful flavors.

-Surya

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